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June 2014

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      Jersey Boys

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      The last scene of “Jersey Boys” is a curtain call of sorts. Set to The Four Seasons’ memorable ode to deflowering, “December, 1963,” the scene explodes with bright, noisy colors and jubilant voices. It hops from...
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        Venus in Fur

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        You'd be hard pressed to imagine a more seemingly perfect match of director and material than Roman Polanski and "Venus in Fur." Too bad it isn't a wickeder, subtler, more imaginative movie. Polanski's second stage adaptation in a row (after...
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          Third Person

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          Beware when a writer is the focal point of a movie. Chances are that we are being invited to peer into the scarred psyche of the scribe behind the work, whether we want to or not. Sometimes gaining access to such a private portal can be...
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            A Summer's Tale

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            Critics frequently deemed the late French director Eric Rohmer (he died in 2010, at age 89) an "arthouse favorite," but sometimes the American arthouse, or the exhibitors who serviced it, shunned him. In the 1990s, U.S. fans of Rohmer could enjoy...
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              Norte, the End of History

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              The arrival of Lav Diaz's "Norte, The End of History" marks the end of a journey that began at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, where it was the hit of the Un Certain Regard sidebar, and continued on through the international circuit, where it was...
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                The Last Sentence

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                Now 82, director Jan Troell is arguably the last surviving Old Master of Swedish cinema. His movies (the first to gain international prominence was his 1971 "The Emigrants") are beautifully shot and painstakingly detailed stories, often period ones,...
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                  A Picture of You

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                  Grief almost always produces abrupt mood changes. We’ve all seen the Hollywood cliché of the laughter that turns to tears but there’s something in that trope—the idea that our own emotions have the potential to...
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                    You Like This Face: Jumping Into the Void With the 40th Anniversary of "The Texas Chainsaw...

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                    While movie posters primarily serve to hype up the films they advertise, some of the original posters for "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" tell you a lot about the film. The now-infamous proto-slasher horror film's most opaque poster is its most...
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                      Reflections on the 2014 Los Angeles Film Festival

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                      Apart from the dozens of titles it screened, the 20th Los Angeles Film Festival was fairly bursting with special events, red carpet lineups and industry talks, none of which you will read about here. I attended the festival’s preview and...
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                        Thumbnails 6/19/14

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                        1."YouTube Is About To Delete Independent Artists From Its Site": Hugh McIntyre of Forbes details how the Google-owned site will block indie labels who don't sign up to its new music service. See also: A report from The Guardian's Stuart...